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Past articles by Natalie:

Adobe to buy, makers of video editing collaboration software, for $1.2 billion

Adobe said it plans to combine its core creative software products, including the Premiere Pro and After Effects video editing tools, with's review and approval functionality. → Read More

Survey: More employees are looking for new jobs with remote work flexibility, better pay if employers fall short

According to a new PwC survey, the pandemic has empowered knowledge workers to demand more flexibility, higher pay, and better work/life balance from their employers. → Read More

Nvidia Q2 results top estimates with big gains in visualization revenue

Revenue from Nvidia's professional visualization segment reached $519 million, up 156% from a year ago, → Read More

Box raises revenue outlook for fiscal year, says business is accelerating

Box said billings in the second quarter were approximately $213 million, an increase of 13% year-over-year and above consensus estimates. → Read More

eBay delivers mixed Q2 amid decline in its active buyer base

Overall, eBay saw a decline in consumer online spending and active buyers, but the company is seeing growth in its managed payments and advertising businesses. → Read More

Coinbase delivers strong Q2 with profits climbing nearly 5,000% from a year ago

The company said retail Monthly Transacting Users (MTUs) increased to 8.8 million, up 44% from last quarter. → Read More

Adobe launches Experience Cloud for Healthcare

Adobe said the new offering extends existing Experience Cloud capabilities to meet healthcare use cases for hospitals, pharmacies, and insurance companies. → Read More

Zoom launches mobile browser beta release of its Zoom for Healthcare platform

Zoom said its new iOS mobile browser client beta release makes it easier for patients on Apple devices to connect with health providers over Zoom. → Read More

Avaya acquires CTIntegrations, tops Q3 earnings expectations

CTIntegrations makes a specialized contact center software development and system integration platform. → Read More

Qualcomm proposes $4.6 billion acquisition of automotive tech firm Veoneer

Qualcomm has entered the bidding war for automotive technology company Veoneer following a $3.8 billion bid by Magna International to buy the Swedish firm. → Read More

Etsy Q2 results top expectations, shares fall on light guidance

Etsy's growth rate is leveling off after its facemask-fueled sales boom in 2020. → Read More

New Relic tops Q1 expectations with revenue rising 11%

The company said it had 15,400 active customer accounts as of June 20. → Read More

Taboola acquires Connexity for $800 million to expand its recommendations platform

Taboola said it plans to launch a new type of recommendation geared toward advertisers and publishers that connects editorial content to product recommendations. → Read More

Twitter reports strong Q2 results with revenue climbing 74% from a year ago

Meanwhile, Twitter's ad revenue climbed 87% year over year to $1.05 billion. → Read More

Zoom announces general availability of Zoom Apps and its new virtual events platform

The video communications giant said the updates are designed to offer users a greater degree of collaboration, productivity and entertainment options within the Zoom meeting and desktop experience. → Read More

Square launches suite of savings, checking and loan services in major banking push

Building on the success of the Square Debit Card and Square Capital, the company is launching Square Banking, a combination of savings, checking and loan services for Square merchants. → Read More

Facebook says it disrupted Iranian hacking campaign tied to Tortoiseshell gang

On Facebook, roughly 200 accounts associated with the cyber espionage campaign were blocked and taken down. → Read More

Google details recent malware campaigns amid uptick in zero-day attacks

Google researchers discovered four zero-days that were used as part of three targeted malware campaigns that exploited previously unknown flaws in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and WebKit. → Read More

Facebook announces time bonus payouts for bug hunters

Essentially, Facebook is acknowledging that it's sometimes slow to reach a bounty decision and is using this bonus payment to encourage patience among the researchers in its bug bounty community. → Read More

Global PC shipments remained steady in Q2, but declines are on the horizon

According to IDC's latest quarterly PC sales tracker, consumer buying trends have begun to taper off, as the 13% growth rate in Q2 is significantly lower than the 55.9% growth seen last quarter. → Read More